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Issue 152 Designer For The Day

Card making How to Papercraft Papercrafter Stamping Techniques Projects

Tracie’s card, crafted during lockdown, was made with the purest of intentions. Feeding on her general positive outlook, she designed this bright and cheerful greeting with the aim of sending it out to friends and family that were missed dearly, or anyone that needed a pick-me-up during a challenging season. Read on to hear more about Tracie’s inspiration, her love for crafts, and even tips for any newbies starting out.

Issue 152 Designer For The Day

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YOU WILL NEED:
Dies: My Favourite Thing Magical Rainbows, Cloud, Stitched Square
Card: white, rainbow, red glitter, blue glitter
Adhesives: sticky glue, 3D foam pads
Inks: Ranger Distress; Memento Paris Dusk
Stamps, Concord & 9th Hope
Stencil, cloud

METHOD:
1. Create a 15cm square white blank. Die cut a large stitched square from white. Apply distress inks through the cloud stencil with a sponge applicator. Stamp two sentiments towards the bottom of the greeting in blue ink. Matt the entire panel onto blue glitter card, then mount centrally onto the card blank.

2. Die cut the individual elements of the rainbow from different colours. Adhere on to the backing section, then secure towards the top of the card front. Die cut two cloud motifs from white card, then attach to the ends of the rainbow, using 3D foam pads to add depth in certain places. Fix heart cut from glitter card onto the greeting to finish.

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